Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Best Books Of 2016

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Best Books Of 2016

Hi, Book Lovers!

Today (and hopefully on a regular basis), I decided to participate in the awesome Top Ten Tuesday link up hosted by Broke And The Bookish. Every week, this awesome book blog link up features a theme, which is what everyone participating centers their post around. This weeks theme is:

Top Ten Best Books Of 2016

Here are my choices:

1. Best non-fiction book of 2016
Tim Ferriss “Tools of Titans“. This book is a huge resource for anyone who is looking to improve his or her life.

2. Best Christmas Romance Novel:
Leslie North: The Sheikhs Christmas Baby. Very adorable and romantic. Actually, the entire series Leslie North has created around this family of Sheikhs is very well done.

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3. Best Paranormal Fantasy Book
The Keepers: Ethan by Rae Rivers. I am a big fan of Rae Rivers, and was so happy when she asked me to review her latest book this year.

4. Best Thriller
Witness by Caroline Mitchel. This thriller took me by surprise with the twist at the end. Really well done, but nothing for the faint hearted.

5. Best Contemporary Romance That Has A Cupid:
Happily Evan After by Michelle F. Irwin This is a cupid story with a twist. What if the cupid is the one who is falling in love? :

6. Best Health And Wellness Book:
Llewellyn Complete Book of Mindful Living. If you ever wanted to learn about mindfulness, you should start with this book.

7. Best Book About Writing:
Screenwriting for Neurotics. Not the usual book on screenwriting. And that is exactly why I love it.

8. Best Vegan Baking Cookbook
Rawsome Vegan Baking by Emily Von Euw. I love sweets way too much, but these sweets make me feel less guilty, because they are actually good for me. Love this book!

9. Best Raw Food Cookbook
The Fully Raw Diet by Raw Food Kristina. I have been a fan of her youtube channel, and was exited when she came out with a cookbook

10. Best Business Book
Will It Fly By Pat Flynn. Pat Flynn has been (without knowing it) a mentor in my life. His passive income blog is increadibly informative, and so is his new book. If you are interested in starting your own online business, you should read this book.

Question: What has been your favorite books you have read over the last few months? Share them with us in the comment section below! 

 

2 Comments

  1. It looks like you read a wide variety of books. That’s awesome and something I’d really lile to do more of in the future. Hope 2017 turns out to be a fantastic year for you!

    1. Author

      thank you so much, yes I read very diverse. I love everything from thrillers to horror, to fantasy, and of course romance. Oh, and don’t get me started on non-fiction, lol. Many blessings, Alicia, have a great day.

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